What Does EECP do?

What Does EECP do?

Your heart needs oxygen to function properly, and when issues such as blocked arteries limit the flow of oxygenated blood back to the heart, it can lead to symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, or fatigue.

EECP increases blood flow to the heart while stimulating the formation of new collaterals pathways (small branches of blood vessels around the heart) to allow a natural bypass around narrowed or blocked arteries

Notice the darkened areas in the following picture those indicate blocked arteries.

One of EECP treatment main results is called collateral recruitment, which means the widening and creation of small blood vessels in the heart muscle. These new vessels

improve the flow of healthy, oxygenated blood to all areas of the heart. See the squiggly lines shaping? That is characteristic of new security vessels shaping.

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